Australian Journal of Politics & History

The Australian Journal of Politics and History presents papers addressing significant problems of general interest to those working in the fields of history, political studies and international affairs. Articles explore the politics and history of Australia and modern Europe, intellectual history, political history, and the history of political thought. The journal also publishes articles in the fields of international politics, Australian foreign policy, and Australia's relations with the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (online): 
1467-8497

Latest articles

Volume 60 (3)

Faultlines: Cohesion and Division in Modern Europe
Mark Seymour, Maartje Abbenhuis, Simone Gigliotti, Giacomo Lichtner, vol. 60 (3): 329-333
The “Revolution” of the Franco-Prussian War: The Aftermath in Western Europe
Christopher Ernest Barber, vol. 60 (3): 334-345
Shame and the Anti-Suffragist in Britain and Ireland: Drawing Women back into the Fold?
Sharon Crozier-De Rosa, vol. 60 (3): 346-359
“More than a Tree, Less than a Woman” Sex and Empire: the Italian Case
Daniela Baratieri, vol. 60 (3): 360-372
Death in the Cathedral: the Long Battle over French National Identity and the Legacy of Vichy
Debbie Lackerstein, vol. 60 (3): 373-383
What did it mean to be Loyal? Jewish Survivors in Post-War Czechoslovakia in a Comparative Perspective
Jan Láníček, vol. 60 (3): 384-404
The Return of the Avant-Garde in Post-war West Germany
Mia Lee, vol. 60 (3): 405-415
“Breivik is my Hero”: the Dystopian World of Extreme Right Youth on the Internet
Emily Turner-Graham, vol. 60 (3): 416-430
EU-Australia Relations at Fifty: Reassessing a Troubled Relationship
Philomena Murray, Andrea Benvenuti, vol. 60 (3): 431-448
The Two Streams of Australia's Middle Power Imagining and their Sources
Allan Patience, vol. 60 (3): 449-465
Book Reviews
vol. 60 (3): 466-502

Volume 60 (2)

Parliament on “the Wireless” in Australia
Ian Ward, vol. 60 (2): 157-176
“Characteristically Generous”? Australian Responses to Refugees Prior to 1951
Katrina Stats, vol. 60 (2): 177-193
Australia and the Struggle for Soviet Jewry: 1961–1972
Suzanne D. Rutland, vol. 60 (2): 194-213
Redeeming the Warrior: Myth-making and Australia's Vietnam Veterans
Chris Dixon, vol. 60 (2): 214-228
Gaining Greater Access to Western European Decision-Makers: a Motive for Australian Membership of the OECD
Peter Carroll, vol. 60 (2): 229-240
“The Politics of Political Advertising” in Australia and Britain, 1970–1989
Jackie Dickenson, vol. 60 (2): 241-256
The Australian Labor Party: Problems and Prospects
Rae Wear, vol. 60 (2): 257-264
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy
Mark Beeson, vol. 60 (2): 265-278

Volume 60 (1)

Australia's Adoption of Compulsory Voting: Revising the Narrative — not Trailblazing, Uncontested or Democratic
Sarah John, Donald A. DeBats, vol. 60 (1): 1-27